Elisa Rosado

List of John Benjamins publications for which Elisa Rosado plays a role.


Collocations have become increasingly important in our understanding of foreign language learning. When it comes to setting vocabulary learning goals, concerns about how to address collocations still arise today. This article explores the distribution of collocations in L1 and L2 Spanish… read more
Este trabajo evalúa las percepciones de hablantes japoneses de español L2/LE sobre la alternancia ‘tú’/‘usted’ en la formulación de peticiones. Esta elección regula la formalidad en español, mientras que, en japonés, lo hacen la flexión verbal y determinadas variaciones léxicas que se usan con… read more
Bel, Aurora, Estela García-Alcaraz and Elisa Rosado 2016 Reference comprehension and production in bilingual Spanish: The view from null subject languagesLanguage Acquisition Beyond Parameters: Studies in honour of Juana M. Liceras, Alba de la Fuente, Anahí, Elena Valenzuela and Cristina Martínez Sanz (eds.), pp. 37–70 | Article
Recent work suggests that bilingual speakers do not seem to behave native-like when syntax and pragmatics converge (Sorace, 2011). This study investigates subject pronouns because they allow observing how speakers integrate morphosyntactic forms with pragmatic information. Our goal is to determine… read more
Bel, Aurora and Elisa Rosado 2009 Person and number asymmetries in child Catalan and SpanishHispanic Child Languages: Typical and impaired development, Grinstead, John (ed.), pp. 195–214 | Article
This study provides a unified account for the different Number Agreement patterns attested in early Catalan and Spanish. The scarce Person Agreement errors analyzed indicate the existence of a pragmatic rather than a syntactic deficit while, concerning Number, the distribution of plural subjects… read more
Jisa, Harriet, Judy Reilly, Ludo Verhoeven, Elisheva Baruch and Elisa Rosado 2002 Passive voice constructions in written texts: A cross-linguistic developmental studyCross-Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Text-Production Abilities in Speech and Writing. Part 2, Berman, Ruth A. and Ludo Verhoeven (eds.), pp. 163–181 | Article
The distribution of passive constructions is examined in written texts produced by native speakers of five Languages (Dutch, English, French, Hebrew, and Spanish), from four Age groups (aged 9–10, 12–13, 15–16 years, and adults). These languages contrast in the variety of structures available to… read more
Ravid, Dorit, Janet G. van Hell, Elisa Rosado and Anita Zamora 2002 Subject NP patterning in the development of text production: Speech and writingCross-Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Text-Production Abilities in Speech and Writing. Part 1, Berman, Ruth A. and Ludo Verhoeven (eds.), pp. 69–93 | Article
This paper examines how choice of subject NP types and structures changes in the development of text construction, and the extent of variation in the developmental patterns which are produced in speech and in writing. The population for this study consisted of 80 participants — 40 grade-school… read more